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London commuters can already use their contactless bank cards on buses, and Transport for London (TfL) is extending the system to tubes and perhaps trains. It's also considering payments using NFC on mobile phones.
The company that operates London Overground has signed a deal with Wi-Fi provider The Cloud, but it will be an entirely separate network from Virgin Media's Tube system
The developers behind online travel game Chromaroma say Transport for London's attitude to data is holding back innovation
Departure coincides with merger of IT chief role with London Underground post...
TfL calls for tenders for wi-fi coverage at up to 120 London Underground stations...
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TfL has opened the bidding for a contract for Wi-Fi infrastructure on the London Underground, which it says will be in place in some stations by June 2012, in time for the Olympics
Transport for London has said it will put in place a contactless credit- and debit-card payment system for the capital's transport network by 2012
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The Chinese company is the preferred bidder to provide the infrastructure to let people use their mobile phones while travelling on London Underground, according to reports
Huawei reported to be in the running to install £50m Tube network...
Transport for London's data feed has returned and is now hosted on Microsoft's Windows Azure cloud product.On Monday Microsoft announced that Transport for London (TfL) had mounted its data feed on the Windows Azure platform.
The Mayor of London's office has confirmed that Boris Johnson has reopened talks with Transport for London to bring mobile phone coverage to the Tube
Operators in talks with Mayor of London and TfL...
TfL has started a new contract with Cubic to manage the London travel smartcard, which will see HP Enterprise Services handle the back-office work
TfL has been forced to temporarily shelve its live data services after receiving 10 million requests per week from app developers and London commuters
A six-month trial of the Intelligent Speed Adaptation tech will start this summer, with the aim of exploring ways of reducing road deaths
Plans to introduce mobile connectivity across the Tube network appear to have stalled due to the high costs involved
As part of a £2.4bn efficiency drive, TfL is aiming to save £400m by restructuring its IT systems
Following termination of its contract with the Transys consortium for the running of the Oyster ticketing scheme, Transport for London has signed a replacement deal with Transys members EDS and Cubic
Service improvements promised
Transport for London is preparing to bring some of its outsourced work back in-house, as part of a review due for completion in September